This guitar showcase is one of the nations most acclaimed performances devoted to a single musical instrument. Since it's inception in 1990, this national tour has crossed the nation four times, presenting a sampling of American guitar styles. These recordings were made as the tour traveled north from Arizona and through California, Oregon, and Washington
Album · 2007 · 14 Songs. 14 Songs, 31 Minutes. Released: 1 Sep 2007. 2007 Gusto Records, In. Nashville, Tennessee.
Free download and listen Masters Of The Steel String Guitar. Wayne Henderson, Linda Lay Vocal. Tracks count: 18. Views: 10. Johnny Bellar, Wayne Henderson, John Cephas, Eddie Pennington - Guitar Rag 04:05.
This album represents Basho’s most technically fine guitar work. In both composition and performance, the album is enormously complex and yet conveys an effortlessness unique to Basho. As he famously espoused, My philosophy is quite simple: soul first, technique later. The richness of Basho's soul emanates from this record as distinctly as each note ringing from his steel strings. New vinyl masters were cut by the excellent John Golden. A download for high quality Mp3's and FLAC is included.
The steel-string acoustic guitar is a modern form of guitar that descends from the nylon-strung classical guitar, but is strung with steel strings for a brighter, louder sound. Like the classical guitar, it is often referred to simply as an acoustic guitar. The most common type is often called a flat top guitar, to distinguish it from the more specialized archtop guitar and other variations.
Album titlle: Masters Of The Steel String Guitar - Live. Year of publication 1999. Artikelart CD. EAN: 0096297048528. Customer evaluation for "Masters Of The Steel String Guitar - Live". Evaluations will be activated after verification. 10 excellent 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 very poor. Please enter the digits and letters in the following text field. The fields marked with are required. Weitere Artikel von Various.
Nylon string guitars have some pretty distinct advantages over steel string guitars that you're going to want to be aware of. Learn about the advantages of nylon versus steel string guitars with help from a multi-genre guitarist and guitar violist in this free video clip. Expert: Jim Jeffrey Filmmaker: Daniel Brea. Series Description: Playing the guitar isn't something you can just expect to do perfectly overnight - it takes a lot of care and dedication, along with practice
Album – Album, is a collection of audio recordings issued as a single item on CD, record, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century, first as books of individual 78rpm records, vinyl LPs are still issued, though in the 21st century album sales have mostly focused on compact disc and MP3 formats. 8. Acoustic guitar – An acoustic guitar is a guitar that produces sound acoustically-by transmitting the vibration of the strings to the air-as opposed to relying on electronic amplification. The sound waves from the strings of an acoustic guitar resonate through the guitars body and this typically involves the use of a sound board and a sound box to strengthen the vibrations of the strings. The main source of sound in a guitar is the string. The string vibrates at a frequency and also creates many harmonics at various different frequencies.
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|1||–Wayne Henderson||I Don't Love Nobody
Bass – Linda LayLead Guitar – Wayne Henderson Rhythm Guitar – David Lay
|2||–Wayne Henderson||Cannonball Blues
Bass – Linda LayGuitar – David Lay, Wayne Henderson
|3||–Linda Lay||A Coat Of Many Colors
Lead Guitar – Wayne Henderson Rhythm Guitar – David LayVocals, Bass – Linda Lay
|4||–Wayne Henderson||Carter Family Medley
Bass – Linda LayGuitar – David LayLead Guitar – Wayne Henderson
|5||–Wayne Henderson||Alabama Jubilee
Bass – Linda LayGuitar – David LayLead Guitar – Wayne Henderson
|6||–John Cephas & Phil Wiggins||Walking Mama
Guitar, Lead Vocals – John CephasHarmonica, Vocals – Phil Wiggins
|7||–John Cephas & Phil Wiggins||Prison Blues
Harmonica – Phil WigginsVocals, Guitar – John Cephas
|8||–John Cephas, Eddie Pennington, Johnny Bellar, Phil Wiggins||John Henry
Bass – Johnny BellarGuitar – Eddie PenningtonHarmonica – Phil WigginsVocals – John Cephas
|9||–Eddie Pennington||Lost John
Guitar, Vocals – Eddie Pennington
|10||–Eddie Pennington||Dark As A Dungeon
Bass, Vocals – Linda LayGuitar, Lead Vocals – Eddie PenningtonRhythm Guitar, Vocals – David LayVocals – John CephasVocals, Resonator Guitar [Resophonic Guitar] – Johnny Bellar
|11||–Eddie Pennington||Eddie's Medley
Bass – Johnny BellarElectric Guitar – Eddie Pennington
|12||–Linda Lay||I'll See You In My Dreams
Bass – Johnny BellarVocals – Linda Lay
|13||–Johnny Bellar||Northern Lights
Resonator Guitar [Resophonic Guitar] – Johnny Bellar
Resonator Guitar [Resophonic Guitar], Vocals – Johnny BellarRhythm Guitar – David LayVocals, Bass – Linda Lay
|15||–Johnny Bellar||Aloha Oe
Bass – Linda LayLap Steel Guitar – Johnny BellarRhythm Guitar – David Lay
|16||–Linda Lay||Sweet Dreams
Lap Steel Guitar – Johnny BellarRhythm Guitar – David LayVocals, Guitar – Linda Lay
|17||–Johnny Bellar||Guitar Rag
Bass – Linda LayElectric Guitar – Eddie PenningtonGuitar – John Cephas, Wayne Henderson Harmonica – Phil WigginsResonator Guitar [Resophonic Guitar] – Johnny BellarRhythm Guitar – David Lay
|18||–Eddie Pennington, Johnny Bellar, John Cephas, David Lay, Linda Lay||Where The Roses Never Fade
Alto Vocals – Linda LayBaritone Vocals – David LayBass Vocals – John CephasGuitar – Eddie PenningtonLead Vocals – Johnny Bellar
- Design – Morgan Dodge, Segrid Pearson
- Executive-Producer – Chris Strachwitz
- Liner Notes – Joe Wilson
- Management [Tour Coordination] – Madeleine Remez
- Mastered By – Bill Wolf
- Producer – Joe Wilson, Segrid Pearson
- Recorded By – John Vengrouskie
NotesA legendary National tour, recorded in live performance. This guitar showcase is one of the nations most acclaimed performances devoted to a single musical instrument. Since it's inception in 1990, this national tour has crossed the nation four times, presenting a sampling of American guitar styles. The edition of the tour heard here is from the 1999-2000 touring season and presents performers of deeply traditional styles.
These recordings were made as the tour traveled north from Arizona and through California, Oregon, and Washington. They were made direct to digital in stereo from the board mix, no secret weapons, overdubs, nor even major edits. What you hear is what the audience heard.